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The Metaverse Future: Are You Ready To Become a God?

The ability to use AI and human digital twins will enable us to create our own worlds where we dictate the rules and where our AI-driven digital twins will emulate real people and animals. Let’s explore the capabilities of the metaverse, then we’ll close with the product of the week: the Microso...

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Sensible Tech Advice for Back to School

We're coming up on another school year, so it's about time to start shopping for supplies. Let’s talk about some tech-related considerations. Then we’ll close with the product of the week, a new vacuum from LG.

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Lucid, Nvidia and the Rapidly Changing Future of Electric Cars

The Lucid Air and the coming SUV code named Gravity, due in 2024, appear very different from every other car on the road, including Tesla. Let’s talk about the future of electric cars. Then we’ll close with my product of the week: an update on the Bartesian robotic bartender by, no kidding, Blac...

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Musk-Twitter, Qualcomm-Apple, Netflix-Microsoft: Deciphering the Insanity

Last week was crazier than usual in the tech world — which says a lot. Let’s walk through some of this apparent insanity and see what’s going on.

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The World Is Not Yet Ready for Electric Cars

Let's talk about what's really involved with switching to electric cars. Then we'll close with the product of the week, a laptop from Vaio that showcases just how much you can get for under $700 -- at least for now.

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4 Industries on the Brink of Technological Disruption

This decade is going to be known for both an unprecedented amount of change and a lot of companies and people suddenly discovering that the road they were on dead-ended. Let's talk about a some of these upcoming disruptions. Then we'll close with the product of the week, a head-mounted display that ...

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The Importance of the Metaverse Standards Forum

For most of us the metaverse is mostly hype about the promise of a new internet that we could explore virtually. As it’s currently implemented, the metaverse is reminiscent of the networked world pre-internet. It is represented by a bunch of very different and unique attempts to create what se...

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The Birth of Google’s ‘Sentient’ AI and the Problem It Presents

One of the big news items last week was that a leading AI researcher, Blake Lemoine, had been suspended after going public that he believed that one of Google’s more advanced AIs had attained sentience. Most experts agree that it hadn’t, but that would likely be true regardless of whethe...

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Apple and Microsoft Developers Conferences Exhibit Companies’ Strengths, Weaknesses

During the last few weeks we’ve had two developers conferences. First, there was Microsoft Build, and last week was Apple’s WWDC. I think both approaches to the developers conferences showcase the strengths and weaknesses of both companies, so I figured it would be fun to talk about those differ...

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With Sheryl Sandberg Gone, Does Meta Grow Up, or Die?

What does it mean for Facebook when the adult leaves the table, and the unprepared CEO then has nothing to turn him toward a less risky path? Let’s discuss that this week.

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Microsoft’s Innovative 4-Processor PC

Microsoft held its latest Build event last week and I’m pretty sure it caused most of the PC OEMs to freak out. This is because Microsoft announced a new focused workstation for developers called Project Volterra.

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BlackBerry and Preparing for the Software-Defined Automobile

Last week was BlackBerry’s annual analyst summit. Since BlackBerry’s tools and QNX operating system are expected to be heavily used in the next generation of cars, this event often provides a view into the future of automobiles.

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John Deere, Russian Thieves, and the Double-Edged Sword of Vendor Lock-In

Let’s talk about kill switches, lock-in, and how vendors can fall down a rabbit hole of customer abuse and destroy themselves using a strategy like John Deere’s. We’ll close with the product of the week, a cool microphone from an HP subsidiary, HyperX.

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The 5 Coolest Things at Dell World Almost No One Saw

I was at Dell Technologies World 2022 last week. Often, I’m not very excited about anything on the showcase floor at events like this, but DTW has been the exception. So, I’m going to tell you what you missed.

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Meta vs. Varjo and Nvidia: The Bifurcation of the Metaverse

With last week’s announcement that the Varjo Reality Cloud had exited beta and is now in full release, we basically have two metaverse camps: Meta’s, which is focused on the consumer and revenue; and the Varjo-Nvidia approach where performance is king and business is the primary focus.

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Home Automation Faces 3 Perpetual Problems

Lack of commonality with home automation offerings remains rampant. Apple, Google, and Amazon have worked at connecting with these different platforms, but the results are less than reliable. Until connected home automation devices will talk to each other, or we have a more dependable way to bridge ...

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The Fascinating Dance Between Twitter and Musk

Let’s talk about why Elon Musk likely got the offer of a board seat from Twitter, why he probably turned it down, and what will happen to his “hostile takeover” attempt.

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US Tech Market Leadership at a Crossroads

At one time, the U.S. dominated industries like oil and gas, consumer electronics, automobiles, and trains. Except for Apple clawing back some of one of those markets, control and leadership now belongs to others.

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Intel Releases Arc, Now We Have a Three-Horse Race

Up until last week, for discrete graphics you had a choice of two vendors: AMD which was the leader in value, and Nvidia which tended to lead in absolute performance. While those two firms often trade places, the battlefield was well defined. Now, Intel is bringing high-performance graphics hardware...

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Nvidia Showcases the Metaverse Future at GTC

Nvidia's GTC conference last week was amazing. What Nvidia does that no other vendor seems to get is use their technology to craft the keynote. Instead of watching a boring talking head, you get to see the benefits of their latest technology used and demonstrated virtually.

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